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Just follow Elizabeth Warren's recommended outlines on what we should do

about putting a leash on the big banks in our country, and also breaking up
the largest ones into small pieces. She knows what she is talking about.
You can also be sure that it's all legal, if it's coming from her.

It's about time that those corrupted bankers begin to pay back to America
what they have stolen from the people. Agreed?

Right you are. Hope people will remember come Nov. 2016.

Yes. Too bad, but that's the way things are!

This is quite likely to happen in 2018 (if not in 2016), if Eliz. Warren should run.

And yet there are so many people voting Republican. Their stupidity amazes me no end!

That's nice to know.

I've read similar articles, but can't remember where I read them. This morning something not

quite the same (but somewhat similar) showed up in my email:

<< Last week, Jon Stewart told Elizabeth Warren on the Daily Show that the Warren wing is growing.

JON STEWART: You have your own wing now!


JON STEWART: ...of the Democratic Party. There is a Warren wing. I think it may be growing. Do you feel that sense?

ELIZABETH WARREN: You know, I do feel that sense. It's not my wing, it's "our wing." The idea is...

JON STEWART: It's the Warren wing. Don't fight the alliteration. It works.

It grows even faster when we show how strong it is.

Check out this map of bold progressives who signed up to get an "I'm from the Elizabeth Warren wing of American Politics" bumper sticker last weekend!

Chip in $3 or more, and we'll send you a sticker so the Warren wing can be represented in your neighborhood.

We're sending stickers from Anchorage to Miami, to red and blue and purple states, and it's no wonder why: The Warren wing stands for big, bold popular issues that help everyday Americans -- like investing in infrastructure jobs and expanding Social Security benefits.

The ideas of the Warren wing are popular everywhere.

Chip in $3 or more to our work growing the Warren wing, and we'll send you an "I'm from the Elizabeth Warren wing of American Politics" sticker!

--Kenton Ngo, PCCC organizer >>

Good news for the Progressives: Harry Reid just joined the Progressive Change Campaign Committee

(PCCC), where there are already more than 5,000 Dem. Party leaders. They are pushing for
broadening Social Security, making the rich pay their fair share of taxes, reducing student
loan debt, breaking up the big banks, etc.... I think Harry should have done this much
sooner. Well, better late than never.


5 Reasons why Warren might run,

1.) A formidable progressive challenger to Hillary Clinton doesn't emerge. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Vice President Biden and Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley are often listed as Democratic alternatives to the all-but-declared Clinton candidacy. But none has Warren's star power among the progressive base....................

2.) Donors rally behind Warren. Warren has already proven herself to be a prodigious fundraiser. donors." .................

3.) It's now or never. At 65, Warren is only one year younger than Clinton, even though age concerns tend to be raised more often in the latterís case. ..........................

4.) The economy dips again. Clinton has been tight-lipped about her 2016 economic pitch, but liberals are hoping she'll offer a plan that would expand Social Security and increase big bank regulations. If she doesn't, they hope a Democratic primary challenger would push her to the left. .......................

5.) Hillary sits it out. If Clinton doesn't run for president, the Democratic field would be wide open and Warren would be a front-runner........................."Thatís the beauty of presidential politics, you never know what random plot twist is going to catapult a random candidate into the spotlight," Singer added.


Here are five reasons the left hears "yes" when Warren says "no."

Supporters on the left are moving full-steam ahead with efforts to draft her into the 2016 race, believing itís only a matter of time before the Massachusetts senator changes her mind ó and becomes the populist challenger to Hillary Clinton that they think the party desperately needs.

1.) She hasn't definitively ruled out a presidential run.

2.) She's distancing herself from President Obama.

3.) She hasn't ordered the grass roots groups to shut it down.

4.) Her promotional tour didnít end after the midterms.

5.) She's remained tight-lipped about Hillary Clinton.

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